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March 2015

03 March

Brandi Carlile performs on Conan O’Brien (TBS)

Brandi Carlile’s ‘The Firewatcher’s Daughter’ explodes with energy, urgency and pristine harmonies from being recorded entirely live without any demoing or practicing beforehand alongside longtime collaborators The Twins, Tim and Phil Hanseroth.

07 March

Zac Brown performs on SNL (NBC)

A scorching SNL performance, and a single rocketing to #1, augers well for the latest album from the three-time GRAMMY-winning, multi-platinum band. Prepare for an epic stadium tour to follow with a historic three-night run at Fenway. 

16 March

Matthew E. White performs on Late Show with David Letterman (CBS)

Rolling Stone "Artist To Watch" Matthew E. White signed to Domino for his bold new album 'Fresh Blood. He will make his national TV debut on Letterman (March 16).  'Fresh Blood' has been called one of the most anticipated albums of 2015 by The Guardian, Stereogum, Paste, CoS, and more. His first single "Rock & Roll is Cold" earned a 4-star review from Billboard and "Tranquility" was one of NY Mag Vulture's Best Songs of the Week.

17 March

Father Ray Kelly performs on Fox & Friends (Fox)

The pitch-perfect priest from Ireland, whose performance of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" at a wedding has been viewed by over 40+ million people worldwide, updates classic hits by REM and Eric Clapton plus a selection of Irish songs and hymns on his forthcoming debut album (Manhattan Records).

31 March

Houndmouth performs on Late Show with David Letterman (CBS)

One of Spotify's top picks to breakout in 2015 and already confirmed for Letterman (March 31), Houndmouth will release their best songs to date on their new LP, 'Little Neon Limelight' (Rough Trade) following their 2013 debut album which saw them perform on Letterman, Conan, CBS This Morning, and on tours with The Alabama Shakes, The Lumineers and more.